Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 6:00:00 PM C2FO 4210 Shawnee Mission Pkwy, Fairway, KS

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We are hosting 1 Billion Bits to help connect those doing work around next-generation network applications with a technically sophisticated audience that's eager to learn more.

If you fall into one of those two groups, please make plans to join us!

Join us for a great conversation with Joel Teply, Founder of Cambrian and Vijay Nadadur, CEO of Stride AI.

Both talks will focus on practical applications of algorithms to enable computers to complete tasks that, until very recently, were squarely in the human domain. 

Cambrian is a software development company specializing in augmented reality, machine learning, and computer vision for mobile devices.

Stride applies its proprietary NLP and AI, on textual data, to automate enterprise processes. Large companies hire a number of back office analysts because a lot of documents need to be read, comprehended and nuances from these needed to be stored. Being dependent on humans, processes become slow, inconsistent, and at times error prone. By using AI and NLP, they automate such processes, mimicking human intelligence at scale for organizations such as Large Banks, Marketing Agencies, and Law Firms.

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